Stories

Some call it stories. Others call it a blog. But here you will find nuggets of goodness to use and -- you guessed it -- SHARE!

SHARE Omaha releases Do Good Week 2021 Results

Omaha, Neb – SHARE Omaha, the nonprofit behind Do Good Week has posted successful results which spanned a holistic approach to philanthropy.

The first ever Do Good Week was April 19-24 and across those days the following results were tracked:

25,000 people explored causes on SHAREomaha.org for over 100,000 minutes

$2,558,002.50 reported in donations, including matching gifts
17,813 donations 

Donor Spotlight: Abra, supporter of Black & Pink

This blog is guest written by Abra, a supporter of Black & Pink.

Omaha has long needed affirmative, healing, anti-racist and intersectional housing, wrap around support, mental health, and community programs for LGBTQIA2S+ youth and young adults who are disproportionately impacted by racism, houselessness, violence, suicide rates, and carceral systems that only serve to increase trauma experiences. 
 

Jan and Connie's lifelong volunteering friendship

This blog is guest written by Ana Bellinghausen, Sports Marketing Intern at Omaha Sports Commission

Jan Churchill and Connie Mangano’s connection began back at Norris Middle School more than 30 years ago as teachers and coaches.

“I remember walking into the school with Jan the first day and just knowing that she was someone I was going to walk out of this school with on my last,” Mangano said.

6 Really Good Days: Do Good Week, April 19-24

Do Good Week is coming up starting April 19, and we’re about to find out the answer to the question, “What if we thought about all the different ways we can Do Good…for a whole week?

During this week of giving back, you’re encouraged to do good every day for local causes, in your own way. But if you need some ideas, each day has a theme that can get your creative (and generous) juices flowing: